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Join Juniper Networks at Nutanix .NEXT

  • 12 April 2019
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Join Juniper Networks at Nutanix .NEXT
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Join Juniper Networks at the Nutanix .Next Conference May 7-9, 2019 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. As a Gold Sponsor Juniper Networks invites you to visit our booth G-08 to learn more about how Juniper and Nutanix together offer a single platform delivering high performance and predictable scale for any virtual workload.

Juniper is excited to share how the partnership between Juniper and Nutanix brings new levels of simplicity for your journey toward secure and automated multicloud. The integration of Juniper’s Contrail Enterprise Multicloud and Nutanix Acropolis HCI Platform gives you the freedom to run your workloads in any environment, operating those environments as a single cloud by providing end-to-end policy and control.

Come to the Juniper booth to discover how the integration of Juniper’s vSRX virtual firewall into the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud running AHV secures the hyper converged infrastructure with advanced security, automated threat remediation and microsegmentation between on-premises and cloud workloads.

Meet the Juniper Team

If you are interested in high performance networking and security for scale-out virtual data centers the Juniper team will be available at the .Next Conference to discuss your Networking, Network Virtualization, Automation, and Fabric management needs. To schedule a meeting contact your Juniper Account Manager or drop by the booth.

Session

Also be sure to join Juniper’s Aniket Daptari for the session “Contrail Enterprise Multicloud and Nutanix Prism/AHV”.

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